Valentine’s Day Outfits: For Him

Okay fellas, we’ll keep this short and sweet. Valentine’s Day only happens once a year, and I know what you’ve been thinking. “Do I even care enough to celebrate it this year? or should I take the plunge and ask that cute girl from Biology if she’d like to go for brunch?” Chances are, you’ve already asked her if you’re reading this post. Now to help you in this process, we’ve given you two options on what you can wear.

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Dress to Impress

Now for starters, a Gingham Button Up Shirt is an essential for all wardrobes. Mainly because you can easily wear this shirt all throughout the year. We know you want to look put together, but in a way that makes it seem like you’re not trying too hard. So we’ve paired this with our newest Bootlegger Light Wash Skinny Jean. This jean has a little bit of distressed detail and is in a colour that can still get away without having a wash. And don’t forget to wear your Owen T-Shirt! (An extra layer to help soak up the nervousness sweat. See, told you we’ve got you covered!)


Shop this look: Gingham Button Up Shirt | Bootlegger Light Wash Skinny Jean | Owen T-Shirt | Leather Belt

Keepin It Casual

Oh the Cargo Jogger, such a diverse and stylish pant, and yet so comfortable. Need I say more? Wear it with Voight, our denim shirt but in a lighter wash for Spring. To keep it casual, we’ve paired it with Richard, a ringer style t-shirt in a subtle herringbone print. And if you’re not in the mood to style your hair that day, feel free to throw on a Baseball Cap

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Shop this look: Cargo JoggerVoightRichardBaseball Cap

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